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The SSE Regulator Working Group was initially formed to develop the SSE’s guidance document “How securities regulators can support the Sustainable Development Goals”. The regulators that participated in the development of this guidance document then formed the first members of the SSE Regulator Working Group. Members of this working group are invited to SSE events and quarterly calls, and contribute to the SSE’s work through participation in advisory groups or informal feedback. Any regulatory authority of a United Nations Member State is welcome to join the SSE Regulator Working Group. Contact us by clicking the button below if you would like more information or to join this working group.

Members of the SSE Regulator Working Group

  • Brazil – Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil (CVM)
  • China – China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC)
  • China, Hong Kong – Securities and Futures Commission
  • Croatia – Croatian Financial Services Supervisory Agency
  • Egypt – Financial Regulatory Authority
  • Japan – Securities and Exchange Surveillance Commission
  • Kazakhstan – Astana Financial Services Authority
  • Kenya – Capital Markets Authority of Kenya (CMA)
  • Lebanon – Capital Markets Authority of Lebanon
  • Malaysia – Securities Commission Malaysia (SECCOM)
  • Morocco – Moroccan Capital Markets Authority (AMMC)
  • Nepal – Securities Board of Nepal
  • Netherlands – Dutch Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM)
  • PakistanSecurities and Exchange Commission (SECP)
  • Thailand – SEC Thailand
  • Turkey – Capital Markets Board of Turkey
  • United Kingdom – Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)